Last week when John blogged about the fact that TechDays registration was coming soon, I have received a number of emails and phone calls from folks across the country asking “When can I sign up?” and “Where can I get more details about TechDays 2009?”. I am pleased to say that we have a two part answer for you on this:
On the question on “Where can I find out more about TechDays 2009”, my answer is go to www.techdays.ca to learn about what the five TechDays 2009 tracks are all about, as well as who some of the speakers are likely to be across the country. We don’t yet have details on which sessions will be presented in each track – we are working hard on this right now – but we can share with you the track abstracts so that you can get a sense of the kind of sessions you can expect at TechDays 2009.
Regarding “When can I sign up?”, watch your mailbox for a special edition of the MSDN Flash with information on how to sign up at a very special limited time early bird price. If you are not an MSDN Flash subscriber, you want to sign up here right now to get this information to land in your Inbox.
We are at a very important milestone for TechDays 2009 so when you get the email, tell your friends and colleagues about it. The place to watch for details about TechDays 2009 is www.techdays.ca, but we’ll also post updates on this blog as we continue to drive towards Vancouver – our first stop on September 14 & 15, 2009.
It was previously stated that those that attended last year would get the early benefit. Your are Microsoft. Can you not send email directly to those people instead of forcing us into more marketing communications?
I don't want MSDN Flash - I hate badly formatted email from some verbose editor and no useful subject line.
Why not just put it on this blog?
Why on earth would you NOT allow people to sign up for this online?
If you go to techdays.ca and click Buy Now, you're stuck unless you have an access code.